The Ghanaian is set to take part in his first Milan Derby when the two giants battle it out for three points at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
He joined the Nerazzurri from reigning league champions Juventus during the summer transfer window.
“The team are working really hard to try and continue the run of results that we’ve had," Asamoah told Inter TV.
"I believe we’re on the right path and that we need to continue what we’re doing.
“Our run of fixtures is very difficult and it’s certainly not easy to get going again after the international break.
"I believe the derby is the best game that Italy has to offer.
“The stadium will be full and we need to get a good result. I give everything when I play, both for the fans and to help the team, who I would like to thank.”
“Not long after the Derby we’ll be in Champions League action once again, with this being an opportunity to get a big result," Asamoah added.
Inter currently sit third on the league table, seven places above AC, ahead of Sunday's Milan Derby.